Paradigms Lost

  • by Ryk E. Spoor
  • Narrated by Jay Snyder
  • 18 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In a world of data manipulation and cyber spying, an information specialist finds that the supernatural lurks! A major revision of Spoor's first novel, Digital Knight, with all new material. Being an expert in information searches, image processing and enhancement, pattern matching, and data forensics earned Jason Wood a lot of money - from private contracts and working with the police. And it was a nice, comfortable job most of the time. But then an informant showed up dead on his doorstep, a photograph didn't show someone who'd been in the viewfinder when the picture was taken, and Jason's world is suddenly turned upside-down. Against things that violate the very reality he thought he understood, Jason has only three weapons: his best friend Sylvie, his talent for seeing patterns... and his ability to think beyond the pattern and see a solution that no one else imagined. Against the darkness of the unknown, the greatest weapon is the light of reason. A vastly expanded and revised edition of Digital Knight, Ryk E. Spoor's first published novel, Paradigms Lost adds two brand new adventures for Jason and includes many chapters of additional material within the originals.

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This is exactly the kind of book I love nice & long & all the weird & wild supernatural adventures going on one after the other. With no boring spots. Would recommend for true lovers of supernatural story's !! Really good listen! And very well read. I loved it. šŸ˜
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- RebeccaĀ Brown

Excellent series of novellas in one volume.

I had the pleasure of reading an earlier version of this book when it was called "Digital Knight" some 12 or so years ago. I spent some time looking for it on the Audible site and found this updated and longer version. It is a very good story, and I would like more, the only thing to keep in mind is that it is not written as one store or adventure, but as a series of stories or adventures. It brings to mind a serialized version of 2 or 3 seasons of a tv show that has a number of related stories per season.

The book comes to an end but it does not feel like THE end, and I would not hesitate to get more stories set in this world should any more be written.
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- Jenkins

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-02-2014
  • Publisher: Audible Studios